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community will lose our credibility on this. what would romney/ryan do about that? >> well, we agree with the same redline they do on chemical weapons. but not putting american troops in, other than to secure the chemical weapons. they are right about that. but what we should have done earlier is work with those freedom fighters, those dissidents in syria. we should not have called assad a reformer -- >> what is your criteria for -- >> we should not have waited for russia to give us the green light at the u.n. to do something. they are still arming the man. iran is flying flights over iraq -- >> and the opposition is being harmed -- >> to help assad. by the way, if we had the status of forces agreement that the vice-president said he would bet his vice presidency on, we would have been able to prevent that. but he failed to achieve that. >> what is your criteaserria for intervention. >> in syria? >> worldwide? >> what is in the national interest of the american people. >> how about humanitarian. >> it has to be in the strategic national interest of our country. >> no humanitarian? >>
romney and paul ryan are experiencing now in a very profound way, that is that the media, can i say it charitybly, don't always play it even, would it be a fair assessment. >> absolutely. >> mike: you've experienced it and seen it and how do you confront that? what do you do when you know the media has cooked the story to mack you look bad and the other side look good. >> it happens all the time. you need to focus on the positive and you know you're telling the truth and you know the message that needs to be conveyed and you need to just stay the course. >> mike: mr. speaker, do you think the debate was a game changer either way for the governor or ryan, the first one i think we agree it was. >> aggressive and effective romney and obama didn't show up. it was one of his national security weekends. [laughter] >> so, i mean, first of all, i talked about it before and she made the point that if romney was as effective there as with me he'd be fine. he was more effected and nobody could have predicted the empty suit exhausted and incompetent that obama was, that's a very different even
think mitt romney and paul ryan are experiencing in a profound way and that is that the media can i say it charitably they don't always play is completely even. would that be a fair assessment? >> absolutely. >> mike: you experienced it and have seen it. how do you confront that and what do you do when you know the media has cooked the store arery to make you look bad and the other side look good? >> happens all the time. keep your focus on the positive. you know the message that needs to be conveyed and you need to just stay the course. >> mike: mr. speaker do you think the debate was a game changer either way for ryan or for biden the other night as the first one i think we all agree was? >> i think there was a difference. the first one an aggressive effective romney and obama didn't show up. it was as though it was one of his national security briefings. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> callista and i talked about it before hand and made the point if romney was as effective there as he was with me, he would be fine. nobody could have predicted the empty suit that was exhausted and incomp
for paul ryan. >> i think the romney team is smart and understand what his strengths are and you know very, very few weaknesses if there are any. he is a book worm and knows the numbers. but so much attention is it paid to biden's gaffe. middle class is buried and we will raise taxings and i agree we can't underestimate he is strong and can relate to the people and that will resonate with the audience and he will engage in a good debate. ryan knows he is a book worm and mart and understands he has to be strong and personalable and that's what romney did factual but personable and that's the way ryan will approach it >> i will give each much you 30 seconds and i would give you more if i had it. michael, start wu. if there is one big issue we will see out of the vice presidential debate that could be an important issue pick the issue and cand date and who has the advantage. >> i think we might see foreign policy. and libya is a clear vulner for the president and administration did not protect our people and they try to spin their way out of failure. you can see some of that. romney has a spe
see some of that, romney has a speech on monday on foreign policy and i think that ryan could follow-up on some of those themes. >> okay, jake? >> i absolutely agree. i think it's libya, we've got congressional hearings coming out next week, the governor has a speech at the virginia military institute on monday and i think there's going to be a lot of foreign policy and a lot of things that come out between now and the debate on libya and the coverup and what's been going on there. >> okay, alice? >> i agree. while the economy is the ryan's strength i think that foreign policy is going to take center space during the the speech on monday, but it's critical he's able to point out the fact that the obama administration believes that strength is a vulnerability as opposed to weakness. i think that he needs to point that out and that we can achieve peace through strength and everything that's happened after libya as a result, the inability to come to truth. this was a terror attack and those are things that ryan needs to highlight and that's going to resonate with the people. >> it's goi
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